When do schools need to operate like businesses? Read Bob Moore's insights, Listening to the consumer may matter more today than it ever did.
Bob Moore has enjoyed a career of 26 years in education technology. His work has included more than two decades as a CIO in K12 schools and several years as lead strategist for a multi-billion dollar global ed-tech business, as well many years of active leadership in organizations such as CoSN. In 2012 Bob founded RJM Strategies LLC and works with schools and ed-tech business clients as a strategist, advisor and subject matter expert. His life’s work is grounded in his tenacious commitment to vision, innovation, integrity and practicality. Follow Bob on Twitter @BobMEdTech. See Bob's Profile and Connect on LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/pub/bob-moore/0/ba4/675/
Buy in and positive customer experience can are found on the road to success. Read Bob Moore's insights on ways in which schools can apply attention customer experience when implementing successful educational technology initiatives.
There are many ways to dedicate your life to serving schools, teachers and students. Read as Bob Moore reflects on a life's work and new directions.
A thriving CTO needs a toolkit consisting of much more than technology skills. Read Bob Moore's tried and true insights about CTO's and the need for a solid set of business skills.
Privacy is a topic of critical concern for school administrators and IT leaders. Read as Bob Moore explores the role of another essential group - teachers.
Education technology and those of us who work in it have kind of taken it on the chin over the years. We’re told that it technology too expensive and that we can’t prove the value. Teachers and students complain that they don’t have sufficient support or get enough PD, but those are the first budgets cut. We’re put on the hot seat for getting ready for online assessment without sufficient resources or guidance. Then we get blamed for not protecting student privacy and data security. And why can’t we make up our minds when it comes to devices and BYOD?
How do you make the best of the exhibit hall at a large Ed-Tech Conference? Read Bob Moore's insider tips just in time for ISTE15.
It is the time of year for celebrating successes of all kinds and particularly in one area greatly impacting students and parents. Read as Bob Moore looks at the progress recently gained in the area of privacy and security of student and staff data.
How would you answer these uncomfortable questions about educational technology in your school or district. As we strive for better edtech uses in schools, Bob Moore challenges all to provide answers to these tough questions.
Taking a close look at our policies means making sure that we are not locking out learning. Read Bob Moore's advice for creating an environment that provides more freedom for learning to teachers and students.